Christina Kapp is a writer and mom living in New Jersey. Her fiction and poetry have been published or are forthcoming in numerous publications including Gargoyle, DOGZPLOT, Pindeldyboz, Barn Owl Review, Literary Mama and others. Her essays and articles have appeared in publications such as Chicken Soup for the Soul: Getting In… To College, Chicken Soup for the Soul: Campus Chronicles, NJ Family, ParentGuide News, and The Alternative Press. She is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University’s Master of Arts in Writing program, a student in English literature at Rutgers University, and leader of the Franklin Chapter of the New Jersey Writers Society. Prior to her life as a mom she was a die-hard city dweller who worked in book publishing and as an administrator at Johns Hopkins University and Columbia University, Teachers College. Now she has a family and a house in the suburbs with a yard inhabited by rabbits. She buys peanut butter in bulk and bakes chocolate chip cookies on demand (more or less). Most days she can’t quite figure out what, precisely, happened to her life, but she thinks she likes it.